The Radford University men’s soccer team dominated Concord the full 90 minutes in a 9-0 victory Friday night. The nine goals are the most scored by the Highlanders in a regular season game since they scored seven against Roanoke in 2015.
Eight different Highlanders recorded goals, but the scoring was kicked off by Octavio Ocampo just two minutes into the game. Juan Benavides added the Highlanders’ second goal of the game 27 minutes in while freshman Yoshiya Okawa closed out the first half scoring with his first career goal.
The second half was foot to the pedal as the Highlanders ran away with the match. Dorion Dixon netted two goals for the Highlanders with Patrick Siczek, Ryan Machado-Jones, Solomon Clark and Collin Hawes all adding goals of their own. Radford spent a large majority of the match in Concord territory with the opponent getting off only two shots on the Highlanders.
Radford led the match in shots 39-2 with 20 of those 39 shots coming on goal.
Trevor Kallendorf played all 90 minutes in the net for Radford, finishing with a clean sheet allowing no goals and recording one save.
Radford finished the night with 13 corner kicks to Concord’s two.